By creating the needed governance on a ministerial and institutional level, MILETUS achieves the improvement of Master graduates’ employability chances in companies working internationally and the quality enhancement of PhD students’ research, and thus their contribution to high quality research in the partner countries.To build students mobility capacity, governance of ministries responsible for HE will be improved and functions of existing International Relations Offices at HEIs will be extended or founded newly. Teaching staff will be methodologically prepared for supervision of MR and necessary learning materials will be prepared. Focus on students with disabilities will open up mobility learning experiences to a wider range of students, primarily as a result of tapping into potential of virtual mobility.These virtual MRs for Master students will include tasks that enable mobilizing and developing skills that allow for working in international geographically dispersed teams, under consideration of competences expected of graduates by employers. Deployment of mobility programs addresses the need for broadening collaboration research circle for PhD students ultimately improving the quality of their research.
The main outcomes of the project are:
- improved governance of students’ mobility programs on a ministerial and institutional levels
- framework for virtual, real and blended MRs to guide future implementation also for nonparticipating HEIs
- enhanced teaching methodologies during MRs
- solid learning basis for students participating in MRs
- eased access to mobility programs for students with disabilities
- enhanced employability chances for graduates by developing international skills
- and broader research collaboration circle for PhD student.
Official project website miletus.mnau.edu.ua.